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Help me to find out any open source tool for accessing OST file

 
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Right now, we have experienced that Stellar OST converter (https://www.stellarinfo.com/convert-ost-to-pst.php ) is a good option but our start-up firm can’t invest on paid software.
Please suggest any free or open source program.
 
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Welcome to CodeRanch Kendra Herrera.

I was able to find this
https://github.com/Dijji/XstReader

To get this to work you will need to compile it, however Microsoft offers a compelling IDE for free which you can use for both private and commercial programming.
JetBrains offers a IDE for this as well, however it's a time limited version.

Even better, if you want you don't need to use an IDE and you can use the command line tools which are provided for free with Microsoft Dot Net.
 
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